Does Your Business Safety Net Have a Hole?

If your COVID-19 Business Interruption Insurance claim was denied, don’t lose hope.

Contact us now for a no-cost, confidential consultation about how to get the money you need to keep your business going.

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COVID Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit

We get it. You did all the right things:

  • Properly insured your business
  • Bought business interruption coverage
  • Abided by your State’s regulations re: closing or working remotely
  • Made a claim for losses related to COVID-19

But then you got a denial, delay or underpayment from your insurance company – the same company you trusted for years, maybe even decades. They even noted numerous policy exclusions such as the “fact” that Business Interruption (BI) insurance was meant to cover your expenses for the period of time needed to restore physical damage to the covered property – and that you did not have physical damage.

Your insurance company may also have noted policy exclusions for viruses, bacteria or pollution.

Does this denial mean that you have no chance to receive payment for the enormous damage COVID-19 has wreaked on your business?

The answer in no – you do have a chance to get the insurance money you deserve but only by taking legal action against the insurance companies.

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A Case for Women has long been an advocate for women who have been hurt – whether that injury was caused by dangerous drugs and medical devices, sexual assault predicated by a large institution, incompetent handling of medical care, unequal pay or fraudulent financial schemes.

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2020 Is A Year Like No Other.

We are expanding our mission to help women-owned businesses get the financial help they need now.

It is estimated that business-related insurance claims resulting from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States could reach more than $800 billion. Women-owned firms (51% or more) account for 39% of all privately held companies and contribute 8% of employment and 4.2% of revenues.

The types of businesses most likely to be affected by COVID-19 are also women-owned businesses:

  • Restaurants
  • Bars & Nightclubs
  • Retail Establishments
  • Professional Services Organizations
  • Gyms & Fitness Facilities
  • Industrial Complexes
  • Salons & Barber Shops

If your business has experienced a financial loss due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), you may be entitled to significant compensation for your business losses. This is no time to add additional financial strain, so we ONLY work with law firms that are providing insurance consultation services on a contingency fee basis.

Please put us to work for you!

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